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Ep151: 20 Questions to Ask Your Mom on Mother’s Day Pt2 | with Jane Arnold

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For a long time now I’ve wanted to sit down and do an interview with my mother to ask her the big questions about life that we seldom (if ever) really discuss. So for this Mother’s Day, I decided it was time to prioritize this conversation, even if it meant having to suffer through the perils of recording on Zoom as opposed to chatting face-to-face. This episode is a very special and personal one that I recorded for me, not for social media shares, not for search engine optimization, and not to grow an email list. This one is for me. But my hope is that listening to today’s conversation inspires you to reach out to your parents (if you’re fortunate enough they are still alive), or your siblings, or those who helped shape the person you are today so you can have an honest conversation just like this one. This is the second of a 2 part interview where I’ve created a series of 20 specific questions I’m calling “20 Questions to Ask Your Mom On Mother’s Day” (which can of course be repurposed to suit your needs). These questions were inspired by a similar exercise from high performance coach Brendon Burchard in this Facebook post. Here is Part 1 of the interview if you haven't listened to it yet. If you’d like to use the same 10 questions I asked in the first part of this interview, here they are: YOUR FAMILY How did you meet your spouse, when, and how did you know they were the one? Were you scared to become a parent? What is your proudest memory of being a parent? What three words would best describe your approach to being a parent? In regards to both their careers and life choices, what is the most important thing my children should focus on? YOUR LIFE What three words would you say best describe who you tried to be in life and how you want to be remembered? What were the three best decisions you’ve ever made? What are you most proud of in life? What message do you have for your spouse that you want her/him to always keep in mind about you and your relationship together? What are you most thankful for? Want to Hear More Episodes Like This One? » Click here to subscribe and never miss another episode Continue to Listen & Learn Ep150: 20 Questions to Ask Your Mom on Mother’s Day Pt1 | with Jane Arnold Ep108: 20 Questions to Ask Your Father on Father’s Day Pt1 | with Al Arnold Ep109: 20 Questions to Ask Your Father on Father’s Day Pt2 | with Al Arnold Parenting Resources for Creative Professionals Our Generous Sponsors: Struggling With Real-Time Remote Collaboration? Meet Evercast As work begins to slowly trickle in again, perhaps the most pressing challenge we as creative professionals face in our post-pandemic reality is real-time collaboration. Zoom is great for meetings, but it sure doesn't work for streaming video. Luckily this problem has now been solved for all of us. If you haven't heard of Evercast, it's time to become acquainted. Because Evercast's real-time remote collaboration technology is CHANGING. THE. GAME. → Click here to see a free demo of Evercast in action! This episode was brought to you by Ergodriven, the makers of the Topo Mat (my #1 recommendation for anyone who stands at their workstation) and now their latest product. New Standard Whole Protein is a blend of both whey and collagen, sourced from the highest quality ingredients without any of the unnecessary filler or garbage. Not only will you get more energy and focus from this protein powder, you will notice improvements in your skin, hair, nails, joints and muscles. And because they don’t spend a lot on excessive marketing and advertising expenses, the savings gets passed on to you. Guest Bio: From 1995 to 2015, Jane Arnold was a part-time instructor at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, Viterbo University, Wisconsin Bankers Association, Northcentral Technical College and Connected University Harper Collins Publishing. She was also a Macintosh expert at Wisconsin Public Radio. She graduated from University of Wisconsin Milwaukee in 1971 and finished her masters in 1976. She was the founder and president of Wisconsin Council for Gifted and Talented from 1975-1978 and was also involved in various gifted programs until 1982. She was also a part of the Project HAPPE from 1974-1978. Aside from her career in education, Jane was also the Vice President of Bank One Wisconsin Trust Company. She was also active in the community, being involved in organizations such as the YWCA GREATER Milwaukee, Girl Scouts of Greater Milwaukee, University Lake School and Waukesha County Technical College. Show Credits: This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, and the show notes were prepared by Debby Germino and published by Glen McNiel. The original music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Joe Trapanese (who is quite possibly one of the most talented composers on the face of the planet).

53mins

13 May 2021

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Ep150: 20 Questions to Ask Your Mom on Mother’s Day Pt1 | with Jane Arnold

Optimize Yourself

For a long time now I’ve wanted to sit down and do an interview with my mother to ask her the big questions about life that we seldom (if ever) really discuss. So for this Mother’s Day, I decided it was time to prioritize this conversation, even if it meant having to suffer through the perils of recording on Zoom as opposed to chatting face-to-face. This episode is a very special and personal one that I recorded for me, not for social media shares, not for search engine optimization, and not to grow an email list. This one is for me. But my hope is that listening to today’s conversation inspires you to reach out to your parents (if you’re fortunate enough they are still alive), or your siblings, or those who helped shape the person you are today so you can have an honest conversation just like this one. This is the first of a 2 part interview where I’ve created a series of 20 specific questions I’m calling “20 Questions to Ask Your Mom On Mother’s Day” (which can of course be repurposed to suit your needs). These questions were inspired by a similar exercise from high performance coach Brendon Burchard in this Facebook post. If you’d like to use the same 10 questions I asked in the first part of this interview, here they are: YOUR BACKGROUND When were you born, where, and what memories come to mind when you think about growing up as a young child? What are the most formative memories or experiences you had as a child or teenager that led you to the person you have become today? What is the most important lesson you learned from your mom? What is the most important lesson you learned from your dad? If your parents were still alive today and could talk to my kids (their great-grandchildren), what would they want to share with them? YOUR CAREER What path did you begin on in life when you first became an adult and why? What career path (or paths) have you followed since then and why? What do (did) you love the most about your career? What makes you successful at what you do? What do you believe about yourself that has helped you endure difficult times, and what is the most difficult experience you remember teaching you this lesson? Want to Hear More Episodes Like This One? » Click here to subscribe and never miss another episode Continue to Listen & Learn Ep108: 20 Questions to Ask Your Father on Father’s Day Pt1 | with Al Arnold Ep109: 20 Questions to Ask Your Father on Father’s Day Pt2 | with Al Arnold Parenting Resources for Creative Professionals Our Generous Sponsors: Struggling With Real-Time Remote Collaboration? Meet Evercast As work begins to slowly trickle in again, perhaps the most pressing challenge we as creative professionals face in our post-pandemic reality is real-time collaboration. Zoom is great for meetings, but it sure doesn't work for streaming video. Luckily this problem has now been solved for all of us. If you haven't heard of Evercast, it's time to become acquainted. Because Evercast's real-time remote collaboration technology is CHANGING. THE. GAME. → Click here to see a free demo of Evercast in action! This episode was brought to you by Ergodriven, the makers of the Topo Mat (my #1 recommendation for anyone who stands at their workstation) and now their latest product. New Standard Whole Protein is a blend of both whey and collagen, sourced from the highest quality ingredients without any of the unnecessary filler or garbage. Not only will you get more energy and focus from this protein powder, you will notice improvements in your skin, hair, nails, joints and muscles. And because they don’t spend a lot on excessive marketing and advertising expenses, the savings gets passed on to you. Guest Bio: From 1995 to 2015, Jane Arnold was a part-time instructor at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, Viterbo University, Wisconsin Bankers Association, Northcentral Technical College and Connected University Harper Collins Publishing. She was also a Macintosh expert at Wisconsin Public Radio. She graduated from University of Wisconsin Milwaukee in 1971 and finished her masters in 1976. She was the founder and president of Wisconsin Council for Gifted and Talented from 1975-1978 and was also involved in various gifted programs until 1982. She was also a part of the Project HAPPE from 1974-1978. Aside from her career in education, Jane was also the Vice President of Bank One Wisconsin Trust Company. She was also active in the community, being involved in organizations such as the YWCA GREATER Milwaukee, Girl Scouts of Greater Milwaukee, University Lake School and Waukesha County Technical College. Show Credits: This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, and the show notes were prepared by Debby Germino and published by Glen McNiel. The original music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Joe Trapanese (who is quite possibly one of the most talented composers on the face of the planet).

1hr 10mins

11 May 2021

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Broadway Is My Beat_50-05-19_(035)_The Jane Arnold Murder Case

Broadway Is My Beat

Broadway Is My Beat, a radio crime drama, ran on CBS from February 27, 1949 to August 1, 1954. With Anthony Ross portraying Times Square Detective Danny Clover, the show originated from New York during its first three months on the air. For the remainder of the series, the role of Detective Danny Clover was portrayed by Larry Thor. The series featured music by Robert Stringer, and scripts by Peter Lyon. John Dietz directed for producer Lester Gottlieb (eventually succeeding him as producer). Bern Bennett was the original announcer. Beginning with the July 7, 1949 episode, the series was broadcast from Hollywood with producer Elliott Lewis directing a new cast in scripts by Morton S. Fine and David Friedkin.---------------------------------------------------------------------------Sherlock Holmes Radio Station Live 24/7 Click Here to Listenhttps://live365.com/station/Sherlock-Holmes-Classic-Radio--a91441----------------------------------------------------------------------------Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/broadway-is-my-beat/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

30mins

22 Aug 2020

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Ep0308: Broadway is My Beat - "The Jane Arnold Murder Case"

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Jane Arnold has been poisoned and dies while working as a magician's assistant at a meeting of The International Order Of Fuzzy Bears.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/iloveoldtimeradio/message

33mins

4 Dec 2019

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Ep44: Kicking Cancer's A*s, with Jane Arnold (i.e. my Mom)

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14 months ago Jane Arnold (my mom) was diagnosed with Stage 3 Mantle Cell Lymphoma, an incurable form of blood cancer. She was literally on her deathbed and I was told in no uncertain terms that I had to fly home to say my good-byes. But if you knew her, you'd know she doesn't give up easy (a trait I have clearly inherited). And for the last year she has completely transformed her lifestyle and is more healthy and vibrant than I've ever seen her. EVER. In this episode we discuss the practical tips and small changes she has implemented to transform her life (hint: none of them are terribly difficult). A year ago she was 65 pounds heavier eating nothing but junk and never being active. Listen in to hear how she lost 65 pounds and is now the most energetic she has ever been. Our Show Sponsor: Lifespan Our Latest Prize Giveaway: Click here to enter our Lifespan Treadmill Desk Giveaway! We are giving away a Lifespan Treadmill Desk worth $1300, no purchase is necessary. It takes about 3 minutes to enter and entries will be gathered throughout the month of August. One random winner will be chosen September 1st. Good luck! Topics of Conversation: - Jane's background eating nothing but processed junk food and not being active for decades, and her experience being diagnosed with cancer after visiting the ER - Discovering a new type of chemotherapy that drastically improved her quality of life - How she now gets upwards of 5000 steps per day and is motivated by the documentary film GO FAR (full disclosure: I produced & directed this film) - The decades of bad choices Jane made regarding dietary choices and "the way things were done" in the 60's through the 90's - Growing up and raising kids ordering take-out and cooking with the microwave - How I grew up in a house with no positive influence of watching my parents being active or exercising and how that impacts behavior - Being a part of the "Mad Men" generation and falling for food advertising hook, line, and sinker (think Velveeta, Kraft, etc) - What motivated Jane to fight back and make all the changes she did - How Jane went from not being able to walk to doing several thousand steps a day and driving herself places (which she was told she would never do again) - Jane's dietary transformation Useful Links: GO FAR: The Christopher Rush Story Shakeology Bulletproof Coffee FiP Podcast Ep 7: Integrative Medicine, pt1 with Dr. Edison de Mello FiP Podcast Ep 8: integrative medicine, pt2 with Dr. Edison de Mello Dr. de Mello's profile at The Akasha Center Tracking steps with a Fitbit tracker Show Credits: This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, and this show is executive produced by Kanen Flowers. We are a member of the THAT STUDIO podcast network. The music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Dorian Cheah from his brilliant album ARA.

58mins

10 Aug 2015